August 14th Newsletter

Independence Day Parade
Chamber Hot Dog & Hamburg sales a tasty success.


The Brandon Chamber sold out of all our hot dogs and burgers at the Brandon Independence Day Parade on July5th as thousands of folks enjoyed a beautiful day and a great Parade! Thanks to all who sampled our tasty offerings and support us year after year. A special thanks to all the directors and volunteers who worked our booth from as far away as Mexico and France!!

The Great Brandon Auction 2014
Great day and great people! Thanks to all of you for your support!


   From sun-up to sun-down (and all the sun in-between) on Tuesday, July 22, Brandon was a-glow with donors, volunteers, bidders and buyers at the 26th Great Brandon Auction. After unloading our spiffy "Auction Storage Trailer" and organizing the donations that poured out from storage areas, barns, cars, and trucks, auctioneer Barb Watters sold just about everything we had from an Oleg Cassini wedding dress to a 1950s era beauty salon hair dryer! With more than 200 bidders and hundreds of items to be sold, Barb wasted no time working the crowd and selling off almost all our goodies. Thanks so much to the team of volunteers, donors, bidders and buyers who made the auction a huge success.                The Chamber will realize a net profit of over $10,000 Proceeds from the auction support the many activities and programs of the Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce including the Brandon Museum at the Stephen A. Douglas Birthplace. We thank everyone who helped with the success including volunteers from as far away as Mexico and campers from Camp Betsy Cox and Camp Sangamon in Pittsford. There are way too many people who helped to name everyone but you know who you are. But most importantly, we couldn't do it without the team behind the scenes -Janet & Joel Mondlak, and Auctioneer Barb Watters.





Successful YARD SALE DAY 
A beautiful day and lots of folks out for a bargain!
  Folks came from far and wide to snatch up some great deals and enjoy the camaraderie of "Yard Sailing". The town was hopping with cars and walkers throughout the town haggling for the best price.

One couple had won a night's stay at the Brandon Inn and used it to stay the weekend in Brandon and yard sale and eat in town and do other shopping. They were from Bridport and brought a trailer they towed behind their car. They went out Friday night and found some folks prepping for the sales and ended up buying a trailer-load of stuff, they took that to Bridport that night and came back to fill it again the next morning during yard sale days!

See you again next year! Thanks for the support.



Free summer concert series finale!
 Gene Childers and The Jubilee Jazz Band
Wednesday, August 20th, 6:30pm. Central Park
  Perennial favorites! Playing the best traditions of Dixieland jazz, this six piece band guarantees a fun, foot stomping good time. Old and young alike can get into the spirit of this unique, American "roots" music. You just can't find high quality Dixieland jazz everywhere, but you can find it in Brandon on August 20 at 6:30pm in Central Park. Bring a chair or a blanket and sit back and enjoy!  


Thanks to our other three groups who performed this year- The Keating Five, Feral Godmother and Ivory! You were great! 


A big thank you to our Summer Season Sponsors- New England Woodcraft, Neshobe Golf Club, Lake Sunapee Bank & Casella Waste Management 



Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce 802-247-6401 or by email



The "Art Rocks Brandon Auction" will take place at the Brandon Town Hall on Aug. 23rd, 7 to 9pm. Preview starts at 4pm.


Refreshments will include a huge cake made by Gourmet Provence. This is a special opportunity to own a unique piece of functional original art painted by a local professional artist. The proceeds will go towards support of the art programs in 8 local schools.


Brandon is once again a colorful art destination with colorful and creative rocking chairs visible on the streets and in store windows. The members of the Brandon Artists Guild, under the leadership of Warren Kimble and Stacey Stanhope, have artfully hand painted 30+ vintage rockers. The collection will include classic, Victorian, mission, and contemporary styles. Sizes and shapes will include cradles, children's rockers, and assorted larger rockers. Rocker art will include florals, landscapes, nature, whimsy, humor and eclectic themes.


This is the Brandon Artists Guild's 11th Community Arts project starting with the Really Big Pig Show in 2003.  Work has been ongoing on the Art Rocks project since January.


The gallery will also be featuring some delightful painted rocks done by the Brandon Artists Guild members that will be available for immediate sale at the gallery.


The Brandon Artists Guild is located at 7 Center St. Brandon, VT, and is open every day from 10am to 5pm, 802-247-4956.

More information can be found at     


Check out the Chamber Events page for listings of happenings throughout the summer.
Events Calendar

Village Spa- A Petite Wellness Spa
Special offering for August


Hot Stone Massage special!!


Click here for a PDF detailing Heather's special offer.

 Village Spa August Offer 


Click here to book online


39 Center Street, Brandon, Vermont

802-236-9087 *

2014 Chamber Golf Mixer!!
3 Amigos Annual Chamber Golf Extravaganza Tuesday, September 9th
Sponsored by: Fostering Wellness, Carr's Florist & Gifts and Holden Financial Services.
 Bingo, Bango & Bongo invite you to come out and enjoy a fun evening of 4 person captain & crew golfing majesty! If you're an expert golfer like Paul, or a hacker like Charles or just there to laugh and have a few toddies like Bernie, you won't regret spending the evening at Neshobe Golf Course. The views are great, you'll laugh a lot, there's NO pressure and the food will be fantastic. Door prizes and team and individual prizes!
Take a peek at the attached sign-up form and mail it in. We'll set up teams and all you have to do is show up! Looking FOREward to a good time.

July & August performances at the Town Hall
A busy summer and lots of fun in the coming months! Come and enjoy yourself!


AUGUST 15TH A CONCERT BY "BUCKSHOT" The band "Buckshot" will perform at the Brandon Town Hall on Friday, August 15th at 7:30 pm. This trio of talented Rutland musicians play a variety of Older Country Western, Southern Rock and Modern Country music. Adam Springer is the lead singer and guitarist, Craig Springer is the backup singer, percussionist and spoons and David Crossman as lead guitar, harmonica and singer. Don't miss this toe tapping trio.   Tickets, Adults...$8, Seniors, Students & Active Military...$6. Tickets available at Carr's Florist & Gifts or at the door.   Sponsored by an Anonymous Donor.

AUGUST 16TH BRANDON'S SILENT MOVIE FESTIVAL FEATURES "SHOW PEOPLE" This months feature movie "Show People" will be presented on the big screen at the Brandon Town Hall on Saturday, August 16th at 7:00 pm. This 1928 silent film is about the silent film business. Young Peggy Pepper (Marion Davies) ventures to Hollywood to make her mark in drama, but finds an unexpected and unwelcome flair for slapstick comedy. Full of cameos of stars ranging from Charlie Chaplin to Douglas Fairbanks Sr. Music throughout by the talented and well known Jeff Rapsis. This is another Free Will Offering event sponsored by: Brandon Town Players and Bill & Kathy Mathis, in memory of Maxine Thurston.

 AUGUST 17TH TOM JOYCE AND HIS ALL NEW MAGICAL COMEDY SHOW Tom Joyce and his New Magical Comedy Show will be held at the Brandon Town Hall on Sunday, August 17th at 3:00 pm. Back by popular demand, this all new magical comedy show is for children (and adults) of all ages. Tom's incredible repertoire with his audience will make for a great afternoon of fun and adventure for the entire family. Great show for children as they get ready to return to school (stop smiling parents) Tickets are $4 for Adults and $3 for Children 12 and under. Tickets are available at Carr's Florist & Gifts or at the door. Sponsored by: Brandon Artist Guild, Dolores Furnari - Country Owl Studio.


AUGUST 26TH-29TH OPEN AUDITIONS FOR "BRANDON HAS TALENT SHOW" The Friends of the Brandon Town Hall will hold Auditions for their upcoming Talent Show at the Brandon Town Hall during the week of August 26th-29th between the hours of 6:00-8:00 pm. The Talent Show is scheduled for September 20th. You MUST schedule a day and time in order to audition. If you have a talent and would like to show it off? Sign up for a time slot to audition for the first "Brandon Has Talent" Show. No matter what your age, if you like to sing, play an instrument, dance, play in a band, have a special talent, etc. call 247-5420.  Lets show everyone how talented our community is.

Check out their full schedule here- Town Hall Schedule


Swan&Stone Millinery is headed to NYC
for the Holidays!
Swan&Stone Millinery (Brandon hat-making duo Sam Stone and Nora Swan) have been awarded a spot at the Grand Central Holiday Fair!

"The event runs from November 17 through Christmas Eve, 2014!  We are so thrilled at this opportunity for such great exposure, and both the chance to expand our business and improve the heads of New Yorkers with our hats!  We hope our hometown will join with us on our journey.
The fee for the show is $16,690, so we have created a Kickstarter Campaign with some great rewards, including our most popular hats (the soft cloche and Kepi) at a huge discount.  Check out our link and please share with your circle of friends. 
We will keep everyone posted on our progress and would love to see Vermont visitors in our booth over the holidays!  We will, of course, think of Vermont guest specials(including two-way metrocards, weekly specials, maybe exclusive items offered only to Vermonters) while in Grand Central, in hopes that Brandon will Represent!"
Click on the link to see the details of our Kickstarter Campaign. Thanks for all the support.

Otter Valley Theatre Honor
Trip to Scotland Arts Festival

Otter Valley's Walking Stick Theatre Group has been invited to attend the world renowned Fringe Arts Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland in August of 2015. They are one of 40 schools nationally to be selected to perform there. This selection is a tremendous honor for our school and the theatre department, however now they have to get there.  

Donations to support this wonderful educational opportunity can be made online at Any contribution will be appreciated. The total cost of the trip is over $60,000.

 Multiple fundraisers will also be taking place throughout the school year, including a bottle drive on Saturday, September 6th  from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Bottles can be dropped off at the Otter Valley parking lot during this time or arrangements can be made in advance to have them picked up by contacting or calling 802-247-6034.

Thank you in advance for your consideration.


 Cook with Chef Robert Barral !!


As former Executive Chef of the New England Culinary Institute, Chef Robert is passionate about teaching culinary arts. 


He generously shares his classic cooking techniques with students and home chefs of all abilities.  These demonstrations conclude with participants sampling the creations-and the know-how to create them on their own. 

$50 per person, per class.  Buy three and get one free! 


Stay for dinner at Cafe Provence after the class and save 10%!   Your savings coupon will be available and valid the day of  class.


Reservations:  802-244-7822 


Inside Scoop and Antiques by the Falls
25% Off Everything Outside Sale


The Inside Scoop and Antiques By The Falls porch is FULL.  We are now holding a 25% Off Everything Outside Sale. Furniture, shelving, chairs, collectibles, home decor, kitchenware, miscellaneous, fun and funky! Even the Flamingoes! Stop on by and check out what we have. New items being added daily. Open 10 am - 9 pm daily (inside antique shop closes at 5 pm daily) but outside items can be purchased until 9 pm, as well as yummy ice cream and candy treats.



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-Miller Hill Farm- Carl Phelps & Nan Jenks-Jay
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Own a business?? Join us and connect with other dynamic businesses in the Brandon area.
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We also have many Individual Members -- what a great way to support a local non-profit and all the great things we do in our town. (Individual membership is only $50/year)

Vermont Association of Chamber Executives
Insurance program offerings for Chamber members.
Although the VACE health insurance program, that many of took advantage of for years, is no longer available, other products still offered through VACE include, Dental, Vision & Life/Accident packages. More information on all of these products can be found at
Or contact Holden Financial Services (802) 775-2503 

Neshobe Golf Course
A Vermont treasure!


Summer is here and our local treasure, Neshobe Golf Club, is up and running for another great season! Pro Rodney Bicknell is eager to have all the local folks come up and play a round of golf, enjoy a Thursday Men's Night or a Wednesday Ladies Night and see why Neshobe is one of Vermont's most beloved courses. Rodney is also excited to announce the Grand Opening of the Long Iron Restaurant & Pub.

Chef Jim Doria always pleases with a delicious offering every week. Call the club for times and to see what's on the menu this week 247-3611 or email Rodney to add you to his newsletter-


Ask him about the special golf offer for Brandon Chamber Members!!!


Members on the move!
Fostering Wellness settled into new location.

Dr. Charles Foster and his staff have settled nicely into their new office at 30 Marble Street in Brandon. Formerly located in Park Village, Dr. Foster had Naylor and Breen renovate the former insurance and realty office into an efficient, state of the art chiropractic facility. The convenient location and great parking makes it easy to visit and take care of your health and wellness through chiropractic care. Stop by and see the new digs and say hi to the gang.
Fostering Wellness
30 Marble St.
Brandon, VT
802 247-6464

"Brandon Means Business" campaign
  We want YOUR Success Story!


Has being in Brandon made a positive impact on your business?  Has the great water, the revolving loan fund, supportive community, reliable employees or (fill in the blank) been a key in helping you grow and succeed in your business dreams? 
The Reporter, the Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce and the Brandon Area Economic Development Committee want to promote Brandon's business appeal while also promoting your business. The Reporter will create testimonial ads featuring key individuals from local businesses and their quotes on why Brandon is good for Business.
We'll run those ads on the Chamber and Town websites, The Reporter and other area newspapers. Don't be shy. It's at no cost to you and as they say, it's a win - win!


Contact Alyssa Zollman at or Bernie Carr at or 247-6401 for more details.


Katie Pope appeal. 
Community and caring.

Chief Christopher Brickell of the Brandon police department asked me to share this letter from Rene Rubbins Breen with the Chamber community and Brandon community at large.


Please click on the link to read the letter.    Katie Pope

Office Space for Rent
Union Street Co-Offices

Affordable, Professional and Private!
New! Co-office space in Brandon with three individual offices.

Located on 25 Union Street at corner of Union St. and Railroad Ave. Walking distance to the center of town and all village amenities.

Furnished Offices
Free WiFi/Internet until 2015
Security System
Conference Room - shared
Comfortable Waiting Area
Kitchen with Refrigerator, Stove and Dishwasher
Bathroom with Shower
Handicapped Entrance
Off-street Parking
Rent: $350 - 375/month includes all utilities

"This is the first phase in our co-office plan - three private offices with a shared conference room, waiting area and kitchen.  Phase two is an open floor plan with 6 - 8 desks, and shared amenities. We are really excited about this  new plan and it is a great opportunity for small businesses and start-ups.  This  is the new trend in office space in urban areas all over the country and it also  makes lots of sense for Brandon.  
I am happy to talk to anyone about the spaces that are available."
Stephanie Zak Jerome
247-3214 (office)

Point Counterpoint- Lake Dunmore
Announcing their summer Concert Dates


2014 Concert Dates


Point CounterPoint Student Concerts, Saturdays 1pm:

August 16 - Salisbury Congregational Church

August 23 - Salisbury Congregational Church


Brandon Music welcomes Dan Kennedy composer, pianist and recording artist
Saturday, August 16, at 7:30pm
Classically trained, Kennedy got his start playing New Age/Contemporary Instrumental music at Oberlin College's Cat-in-the-Cream Coffeehouse. Now his music can be heard on Sirius XM Satellite Radio ("Spa") and his new album 'Intuition' reached #7 on the ZMR Top 100, an international chart.

 What sets Kennedy's music apart is that it is steeled with jazz and rock, along with rhythmic grooves and strong backbeats. His music conveys his forte with creating an upbeat, rhythmic brand of contemporary music in classic fashion. Bill Binkelman, of Zone Music Reporter says Kennedy plays "....a thoroughly enjoyable and instantly accessible mixture of light, friendly jazz and introspective acoustic solo piano pieces...."

 A commissioned and award-winning composer, graduate of both Oberlin Conservatory and the New England Conservatory, Kennedy's music has been published by Dorn Publications (ASCAP) and Mt. Pollux Music (ASCAP).  Kennedy's chamber music has been performed by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Essex Chamber Music Players, at the Summer Institute for Contemporary Piano Performance and at the Aspen Music Festival.  Kennedy's latest CD, 'Intuition' was produced by Corin Nelsen, a Grammy Award winner and was named as a Top 10 New Age Album of 2012 by John Olsen of New Age Music World.

 Kathy Parsons, of describes the new album as "an eclectic mix of Jazz, Rock and New Age genres, clearly demonstrating Kennedy's diverse composing styles."

Concert tickets are $15.00. A pre-concert dinner is available for an additional $20.00. Reservations are recommended for the show and required for dinner. Venue is BYOB. Call (802) 465-4071 or e-mail for reservations or information.  Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Rd., Brandon, VT 05733



Point CounterPoint Faculty returns to Brandon Music
August 29th at 7pm to benefit the Compass Music and Arts Foundation.

Members of Lake Dunmore's Point CounterPoint faculty will perform a chamber music concert at Brandon Music on August 29th at 7pm to benefit the Compass Music and Arts Foundation. Performing are, Anton Miller (violin), Rita Porfiris (viola), Lawrence Zoernig (cello), Gili Sharett (bassoon) and Arielle Levioff (piano). The evening's program will include George Philipp Telemann's Sonata for Bassoon in F Minor; Manuel Ponce's Sonata a duo, for Violin and Viola; Peter Winkler's Gili's Music, for Bassoon and Cello; and Joaquín Turina's Piano Quartet in A minor, Op. 67.


The performance will benefit theCompass Music and Arts Foundation, a non-profit organization working to support educational programs, exhibits, and community events carried out at the Compass Music and Arts Center (CMAC). The Foundation is made up of an active Board of Directors working hand-in-hand with CMAC to enrich life through a deeper appreciation of music and the literary, performing and visual arts.


Tickets are $15. Reservations are recommended - call 802-465-4071 or email Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Rd. Brandon, Vermont. This performance is sponsored by Point CounterPoint and Brandon Music.


Point CounterPoint was founded in 1963 on the shores of Lake Dunmore by the late Dr. Edwin Finckel, a New Jersey pianist, composer, and teacher. Dr. Finckel's goal was to create summer musical opportunities for his students. Since then, the camp, which offers programming for both children and adults, has gained an international reputation. Point CounterPoint is now run by Jenny and Steve Beck, who purchased it in 2008.



Click here to read  ABOUT THE PERFORMERS

Sock Hop at Compass Music and Arts Center


Dust off those dancin' shoes!

Compass Music and Arts Center is holding a Sock Hop on Saturday, August 30th from 7-10pm. In conjunction with the town-wide theme of "Brandon Rocks On", the 1950s and 60s style dance party also marks the end of their summer exhibit, "Roots of Rock 'n' Roll".


Don't miss a night of swing dancing, 50s and 60s music and root beer floats! The doors open at 7pm with a half hour swing lesson given at 7:15 by local instructor David Allan, so don't be shy, come learn a few new moves. Open dancing begins at 8 and goes until 10pm. Refreshments will be available and you can enter a chance to win swing dancing dolls made by Mim Zelis of 'Red Clover, SEW Vermont!'


Tickets are $8 and can be purchased at the door but reservations are appreciated. All proceeds go to support the Compass Music and Arts Foundation, a non-profit organization which provides educational and arts-supportive programs and events in the community.


The "Roots of Rock 'n' Roll" exhibit tells the story of the birth of rock and roll music in the late 1940s through the "British Invasion" of the Beatles and other groups in 1964. The exhibit features some of the legendary names of the period and a few of the hundreds of singers and bands who found their fame - some long-lasting and some very short-lived. Learn about and see instruments from the period, pick up a Rock 'n' Roll book, and take a picture with Elvis! The exhibit is free and is open through the month of August.


The Compass Music and Arts Center is open seven days a week from 10-5pm and is located at Park Village, 333 Jones Dr. Brandon VT, 05733 (Park Village used to be the Brandon Training School, located 1.5 miles north of downtown Brandon off of Arnold District Rd.).


Compass Music and Arts Center

333 Jones Dr.

Brandon, VT 05733


Brandon Music

Brandon Music Presents Jeremiah McLane and Timothy Cummings


The dynamic duo of Jeremiah McLane and Timothy Cummings perform at Brandon Music on Saturday, September 6th at 7:30pm.

They play music that is deeply rooted in the Northeastern United States, bringing together the diverse heritage of New England dance tunes, yet have branches that extend across the Atlantic. 


Their repertoire includes French dance tunes such as the Mazurka and Bourree, as well as jigs and reels from the British Isles.  The duo's original tunes reflect these influences, but also North American Roots music, including Appalachian, Cajun and Quebecois dance tunes.


Accordionist and pianist Jeremiah McLane plays a mix of musical styles.  WCAX refers to him as "the master of all things accordion".  He has appeared at numerous festivals in the U.S. and in Europe including the Royal Festival Hall in London, England, the Picolo Spoleto Festival, the St. Chartiers Festival (France), and the Philadelphia Folk Festival.  He has composed numerous pieces for film and theatre and has received N.P.R's "Favorite Picks" award for his second solo recording, Smile When You're Ready.  McLane also received the French music magazine Trad Mag "Bravo" award for his fifth release, Hummingbird. 


Monkton-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Timothy Cummings shares an uncommon hybrid of traditional folk styles - primarily Scottish and Appalachian.  Cummings has been a member of the highly competitive Manawatu Pipe Band (New Zealand) and also served as Artist in Residence at the College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts (PEI, Canada).  He is an experienced performer, teacher, and workshop leader and frequently combines music, humor, and informative talks to enliven and educate his audiences about the refreshingly odd world of bagpiping.  His first solo album, 'The Piper in the Holler: Tunes from Appalachia' met with much success.  Cummings will play a mix of Irish whistles and 'indoor' Scottish-style pipes.


Tickets for the concert are $15.00. A pre-concert dinner is available for an additional $20.00. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. Venue is BYOB. Call (802) 465-4071 or e-mail for reservations or information.  Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Rd., Brandon, VT 05733.


House of Cards
Warren Kimble show will be on view from September 5 through November 4

It's a special occasion when the Brandon Artist Guild (the BAG) has the opportunity to showcase the artwork of one of its founding members. The event is all the more timely due to last year's honor: Warren Kimble was the recipient of the Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts. Kimble is Brandon's best known town booster/activist and resident artist. With his usual passionate approach and hard work, he has invested a major portion of his creative time into the Brandon Artists Guild since its beginnings in 1999.


The upcoming show, House of Cards, features Kimble at his playful best, with a comical and artfully handsome collection of wooden assemblages - a takeoff on kings and queens and playing cards. The sculptures utilize bits and pieces of antique wood, antique factory molds, antiquated kitchen implements, along with old playing cards -- sometimes in shadow boxes. When Kimble browses antique shops and auctions, his knowledge and love of old artifacts enables him to identify the perfect item for each fresh creation.


Whereas Kimble followed-up his folk art fame with contemporary issues-driven artwork, in the upcoming September/October House of Cards, the viewer will find a waggish collection of pieces, sometimes quietly droll, sometimes broad with slapstick, all connecting to an ordinary pack of playing cards - and each a work of art. A miniature, Ladys in Waiting, shows a row of tiny wooden shoe/leg forms, in attendance, we presume. It's Not Good to Be a Queen, made of an ancient-looking farm item, refers to the fate of Queen Marie Antoinette at the guillotine. Some other titles: All the King's Men, The Royal Flush, The Royal Guard, The Queen Mother, The Palace, The King's Knave.


Kimble's art has been the subject of one-person gallery shows in New York and Boston. He remains involved in his alma mater, Syracuse University, where his work was shown most recently in 2008, and he still serves on the Board of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse.


"Contemporary Folk Artist" is how Kimble has been known in the past, however since about 2004 Kimble has branched out into other territories, most notably a series titled "Widows of War," which was seen at Vermont's Shelburne Museum during his retrospective there in in 2008. As Warren Kimble approaches his 80th birthday, he still works every day with joyful creativity and - oblivious of his role as mentor to many -- spreading his enthusiasm to the rest of Brandon's art community and throughout the State of Vermont.


House of Cards will be on view from September 5 through November 4, at the Brandon Artists Guild, 7 Center St, Brandon, VT. Opening reception 5 to 7 PM on Friday September 5th . The public is invited. (Information 802 247 4956)



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Volunteers needed
The Stephen A. Douglas Birthplace and Community Center is looking for volunteers to work at the Brandon Museum this summer.


Still looking for someone to fill the Sunday afternoon slot consisting of two shifts- 11-1:30 and 1:30-4pm- if you can help out please join us and have some fun and meet lots of nice people traveling through our area.


Contact Dan Celik, museum Steward at or call the Chamber phone at 247-6401


Next Chamber Meeting
 Monday August 18th
The Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors will meet August 18th in the Cliver Room at the Stephen A Douglas Birthplace. Chamber membership and the general public are invited to attend.

Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 267, Brandon, VT 05733
802-247-6401 ~

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